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COCTEAU: an Empathy-Based Tool for Decision-Making [article]

Andrea Mauri, Andrea Tocchetti, Lorenzo Corti, Yen-Chia Hsu, Himanshu Verma, Marco Brambilla
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we introduce COCTEAU (Co-Creating The European Union), a novel framework built on the combination of empathy and gamification to create a tool aimed at strengthening interactions between  ...  We argue the importance of empathy-based methods in the policymaking domain given the successes in diverse settings, such as healthcare and education.  ...  This work has been supported by the EU H2020 research and innovation programme, COVID-19 call, under grant agreement No. 101016233 "PERISCOPE" (, and the Amsterdam Institute for  ... 
arXiv:2204.06289v1 fatcat:yfamolfjivhcbe2ojfc5zx2op4

Material Forms: What is Really Going On? Shaping Who We Are and What We Do

Vicky Grube
2017 The Qualitative Report  
Through free choice art making, children were found expressing their emotions and demonstrating an awareness of adult culture.  ...  Materials from childhood create the self for what it is.  ...  When making decisions, George took his time and told me what he was doing.  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2017.3032 fatcat:75o7nlbvivao7p25fkqcqtefri

Full Issue

Harmony Bench
2015 The International Journal of Screendance  
Who are audiences and interlocutors for our work?  ...  -Julia Kristeva 1 When we put together the call for papers for this journal issue, inspired by prompts from Marisa Zanotti, we were thinking simply of what goes on beyond the frame.  ...  Creating material informed by an occurring situation allows reacting in the moment and making creative decisions based on an immediate embodied experience.  ... 
doi:10.18061/ijsd.v5i0.4868 fatcat:ivb265nvabhwffi3ebyakypnba

Phase Transitions in Psychoemotional Development [chapter]

N. Bischof
1990 Springer Series in Synergetics  
But already in the second age group the boys make an impressive spurt towards maximal distance. The girls seem to conserve the illusion of an unbroken paradise for a somewhat longer period.  ...  Tuccio,M.T. 213 Tuller.B. 258,263,266,267 Turner, F. 149 Turvey,M.T. 39,51,266,267,269,292, 293,294,295,330,331,350,420,426 Ulbricht, H. 31 Ullman,S. 248,293 Umilta,C. 295 Urbantschitsch, V. 212 Decision-making  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-48779-8_20 fatcat:pcsjxitqfvcsnah6x3dzufx7m4

The Liberation of Sound, Art-Science and the Digital Domain: Contacts With Edgard Varèse

Jean-Claude Risset
2004 Contemporary Music Review  
In this article, I first recall historical instances where music was an influential inspiration for the developments of science and technology, rather than a mere field of application.  ...  the scientist, and he strongly advocated the synergy between art and science, the only way to provide music with new means of expression and 'to infuse it with youthful sap', as he wrote in 1917 (in an  ...  Cage carefully 'disorganized' the music by making compositional decisions through chance procedures. Varèse disapproved of this process, which he considered an abdication by the composer.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0749446042000204545 fatcat:yngcvevkpnh6xkyohugdkrzlxq

Spooning Good Singing Gum: Meaning, Association, and Interpretation in Rock Music

Travis A. Jackson
2017 pre-print
Some scholars, for example, have viewed rock through the lenses of mass and youth culture, drawing on the work of Theodor Adorno and a large body of sociological writing.  ...  Writers for the popular press, meanwhile, have tended to focus on issues of authenticity, originality and rebellion, particularly in canonizing iconic figures like Elvis Presley, Sid Vicious, or Kurt Cobain  ...  Music videos, while arguably an important part of how fans experience rock, are not as essential to interpretation in the long term, particularly since as promotional tools they are more transient than  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8xg9q3p fatcat:zfiqfg2jsjcgxmbo3t3sgidjem


1950 Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism  
Allen Tate has an article on Longinus, and Mr. Read has one on “‘Coleridge as a Critic.’’ The latter paper almost makes an ‘‘existentialist’’ of Coleridge.  ...  This second chapter undertakes to develop an ontological basis for art.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1540_6245.jaac9.1.0060 fatcat:cwpyhlprijbmxo7mwv4pem7txi

Melodrama in the 1950s : a new production of Francis Poulenc's La Voix humaine

Sandra Alice Stringer
Stringer played the role of "Elizabeth Proctor" in American composer Robert Ward's The Crucible, which is based on the highly successful American play of the same name by Arthur Miller.  ...  The thesis for Doctor of Musical Arts candidate Sandra Stringer is comprised of a series of recitals, operatic performances, and a thesis document.  ...  In moments of great weakness, like this one, she does not seem to be in command even of herself, allowing someone else to make decisions for her.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0092348 fatcat:zdb3m544wrb4thakq2pmf4thva

Women Editing Modernism: "Little" Magazines and Literary History

Margaret D. Stetz, Jayne Marek
1997 Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature  
tool.  ...  "Make your decision now while you have still time to work for whatever you believe " (191) .  ... 
doi:10.2307/464374 fatcat:nveesdibwrb3li45ntistoptau

Orphic Resonances of Love and Loss in David Almond's A Song for Ella Grey [chapter]

Owen Hodkinson
2021 Our Mythical Hope. The Ancient Myths as Medicine for the Hardships of Life in Children's and Young Adults' Culture  
[Project's website], http://omc. (accessed 15 July 2021). 30 In these sections I also make use of my reflections published in the  ...  Acknowledgements 20 See also Douglas Cairns, "Metaphors for Hope in Archaic and Classical Greek Poetry", in Ruth R. Caston and Robert A.  ...  Making choices can likewise be a challenge for autistic children, whether the decision is over something seemingly big or small.  ... 
doi:10.31338/uw.9788323552888.pp.645-668 fatcat:ortengt5ondvjk2cdx2lpzvcd4

Turning to Myth: The Soviet School Film Growing Up [chapter]

Hanna Paulouskaya
2021 Our Mythical Hope. The Ancient Myths as Medicine for the Hardships of Life in Children's and Young Adults' Culture  
There you will find also an in-depth interpretation of the passage.  ...  For life without Hope is impossible. Dante knew this. You abandon Hope and enter hell. But what if Hope is not able to regenerate overnight, for the burdens of everyday tragedies are too heavy?  ...  Acknowledgements 20 See also Douglas Cairns, "Metaphors for Hope in Archaic and Classical Greek Poetry", in Ruth R. Caston and Robert A.  ... 
doi:10.31338/uw.9788323552888.pp.387-412 fatcat:c3jbinfdlzeh5phk6tti4cthvm

IJSD Volume 7 2017 All This: Full Issue

Claudia Kappenberg, Sarah Whatley, Harmony Bench, Simon Ellis
2016 The International Journal of Screendance  
</p><p>Please note: For the best offline reading experience, please print double-sided on 8.5x11 paper. Links to online sources are live in the PDF if read onscreen.</p></div>  ...  Particularly, the montage of All This Can Happen provides an aesthetic perception for the viewers that can be characterized as an affective participation and as an experience of liminality based on the  ...  . 3 It will then analyze, sequence by sequence, how the film's content and structure is directly motivated by the narrator's disorder in an attempt to create understanding and empathy for his painful  ... 
doi:10.18061/ijsd.v7i0.5480 fatcat:a4oxbqsibzf4zngp2jqwapy4fq

IJSD Volume 3 2013 After Deren: Full Issue

Claudia Kappenberg, Doug Rosenberg
2017 The International Journal of Screendance  
No abstract availableOriginally published by Parallel Press, an imprint of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries, as The International Journal of Screendance, Volume 3 (2013), Parallel Press, http  ...  A Study in Choreography for Camera (1945) and describing the decisions "we" made, suggesting that the creative discourse established in the making of Meshes continued through to this film.  ...  Writing in Anagram about an economy of statement in Cocteau's film Sang d'un Poète (Blood of a Poet), she credits Cocteau for successfully deploying skills he developed as a poet. 18 With economy of  ... 
doi:10.18061/ijsd.v3i0.5678 fatcat:pthwwsl2nnfmnnz5yomv2m7hlm

Jones, Graham M. Trade of the tricks: inside the magician's craft. xvii, 289 pp., illus., bibliogr. London, Berkeley: Univ. California Press, 2011. £18.95 (paper)

Matthew Solomon
2012 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute  
In any case, the present publication will remain an indispensable tool for every serious student of the subject. Frank H.  ...  , and research tools, are what make this book unique, and highly recommended reading not only for Asia scholars, but also for anyone interested in the role that objects play in processes of knowledge and  ...  This global discourse about and marketplace for representations of Japanese sexual weirdness makes it incredibly difficult to write responsibly about Japanese sexuality because an author can never be sure  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9655.2012.01798_31.x fatcat:5wfgnmkoabbynbuyj2h7xxm6mu

The Philosophy of Martin Scorsese

2008 ChoiceReviews  
In After Hours, Scorsese makes the same choice. From an analysis of these two works, it is clear that comedy can also be an effective tool for the revelation of our existential condition.  ...  In realizing that you are unhealthy, you are in a better position to make an informed decision about what is actually in your best interest.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.45-2512 fatcat:o6gdrkv4fzgvfcyfezbgudijvu
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